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What Our Employees are Saying

"You are definitely made to feel welcome when you start. Initial training on the job was some of the best I have ever received in my career."

"The outlook of the organization and the level of celebration and focus on work life balance are something I greatly appreciate here."

"I feel that my opinions and contributions are valued and that I'm accomplishing something meaningful for our members."

"It's a culture of caring with excellent people at every level!"

At Doctors of BC, we maintain a supportive environment which enables all of our employees to make a meaningful difference in the standards of health care in BC and in the professional satisfaction of our members.

Together, we make a difference so our doctors can make theirs.

Our Values

We are better together We are courageous
We pursue excellence We are seriously fun

Virtues of working for Doctors of BC

  • Competitive compensation and benefits package
    • Comprehensive health benefits coverage – employer paid
    • Employee & Family Assistance Program
    • Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP)
  • Opportunities for training and career development
  • Health and wellness programs

Open Positions

Reporting to the Director, Physician Advocacy, the Regional Advisor and Advocate provides local support for Doctors of BC members in the North. In this role there are three primary goals:  

Reporting to the Program Manager, Community Practice and Quality, the Senior Administrative Assistant is responsible for providing clerical and administrative support to the managers of the Community Practice and Quality portfolio, as well as additional administrative duties to support the practi

Community Partnership and Integration works to strengthen physician leadership and engagement to advance an integrated system of care in B.C., as well as supporting the capacity of Divisions of Family Practice to achieve impact, and supporting the capacity of regional and local partnerships to ad

The Doctors Technology Office (DTO) is a program funded through the Joint Clinical Committees (JCCs) between the Doctors of BC and the Ministry of Health, to promote technology-enabled clinical practice for both GPs and Specialists.  The DTO advocates on behalf of and facilitates clinician engage

Reporting to the Chief Infrastructure Officer, the Infrastructure Coordinator is responsible for ensuring smooth operation of building facilities and provides liaison to maintenance and support vendors.